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Sarah McLachlan Reviews

Vocal & Classic PopConcerts

Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 14



4.0 star rating David from Toronto, Ontario


good performance, however the sound of the orchestra was lost in the venue. Would have been amazing in a decent venue.

3.0 star rating Bill M from Las Vegas, Nevada


Went to SM's opening night at the Wynn. Great voice, 3or 4 good songs, rest forgettable. Lot of fill-in with tiresome description of her love life, and do we really need another entertainer telling us that things would just be fine if we would only all get along? Applause at end was more polite than enthusiastic, and at the back of the orchestra where we were at least 25 people walked out early.

3.0 star rating from Toronto, Ontario


I saw Sarah 15 yrs ago and she banged out classics, this time around she went through this whole divorced experience which as a song writer myself, i can appreciate the inspiration. But at the end of the day, it was tiresome waiting to hear hits from Solace, Fumbling...nevertheless all that was lacking was made up by her beautiful voice accompanied by the symphony orchestra

3.0 star rating Nicole from Toronto, Ontario


I have seen Sarah perform 6 times and this was my least favourite of all her concerts. I really didn’t notice anything exciting or different with her using the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. In addition, her song selections were not great...seriously lacking in a lot of her classics.

3.0 star rating Judi from Toronto, Ontario


I have seen Sarah perform several times over the last 30 years. I love her voice, phrasing and emotional delivery. However, this performance was not engaging. The effect of the orchestra was negligible so what was the point? Every time I tried to be immersed in the experience, she would talk at length and then play a string of songs I didn't want to hear. I left feeling I would pass on future performances.

3.0 star rating Jim. T from Toronto, Ontario


We recently attended the SM concert at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto. Although we thought that Sarah delivered a beautiful performance, it was ruined by totally incompetent sound engineering. The sound level on SM's mic was so high that it caused painful distortions and an echo effect throughout the venue. The majority of her song lyrics was completely unintelligible because of the sound distortions. Further, the orchestra performing with SM could barely be heard and might as well not have been there for most of the evening. Whether the sound engineering was provided by SM's own crew or by the Budweiser Stage, they did a really terrible job and ruined what should have been a marvellous night. Very disappointing!

1.0 star rating David from Milwaukee, Wisconsin


We couldn't hear the words of most of the songs. We complained to the sound engineer but he didn't seem interested. The Symphony Orchestra was drowned out by pedestrian drumming and boring guitar solos. Tedious self-help monologues by the singer didn't help. Many of the songs felt like fillers. More than $170 was wasted on two tickets.


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